July 2016

Talari Blog | July 2016
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IT Under Siege: How An SD-WAN Can Help
A company’s IT department deals with a range of important needs and requirements on a daily basis. These can be as simple as answering an employee’s question about a new application, or as complex as establishing a new virtual environment for the business’s intellectual property. Whatever the task, IT is an indispensable part of a corporation, particularly when it comes to managing and maintaining the corporate network.
When it comes to the IT team’s activities, there are a few common demands and pain points that come up in nearly every size organization across almost all industries. These can complicate matters for IT workers, effectively putting them under a siege that can be difficult to recover from if the right skills and tools aren’t in place. Luckily, SD-WAN technology, which is becoming increasingly common in every industrial sector, can help address and solve these prevalent issues.

 

How Critical Is Your Network? Survey Reveals SD-WAN Insights

In recent years, SD-WAN technology has exploded in popularity, quickly becoming one of the most important parts of a hybrid network. Gartner’s Andrew Lerner noted that these solutions enable streamlined, cost-effective networking as well as the ability to better manage branch resources from a central site. And while the SD-WAN market is still young, Lerner and other experts are predicting rapid growth as more enterprises look to establish a smart, seamless network.
Recently, Talari Networks surveyed more than 400 businesses about their IT infrastructure, and the results demonstrate just how important the network is to today’s enterprises. Let’s take a look at some of the most important findings from Talari Networks’ Report for Enterprise Networking Survey:

 

What’s Happening at Talari Networks

Chalk Talk Video: Defining Software Defined
What is a Software Defined WAN? And what problems can it solve? Go beyond the hype to find out how a smart SD-WAN works and what it can do for your business.
Watch “Defining Software Defined” Chalk Talk video with John Dickey, Talari Co-Founder, President, and COO

 

The IltaCon 2016 Conference and Expo is coming

August 28 – September 1, 2016 at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center, National Harbor, MD.
Join Talari Networks at the event for a live demo and learn how an SD-WAN solution can transform your WAN.

 

All New Talari Networks Website

We’re excited to announce the launch of Talari’s new website on August 1, 2016! We listened, and have been working super hard to make the website clearer, more informative and easier to use. Come visit the all new Talari Networks website next week and let us know how we can help make your organization’s network failsafe, highly resilient, and exceptionally reliable!
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Did You Know?

New! Talari Networks: Solution Overview Brief – Now Available

Read our newest Solution Overview Brief to discover how Talari’s SD-WAN solution:

  • Enables Branch Office Simplification with reduction of cost
  • Changes WAN Economics with a Hybrid WAN
  • Increases Application Quality of Experience
  • Secures Cloud Access with Visibility

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4 Easy Steps to Get off the MPLS Treadmill E-Guide

4 Easy Steps to Get off the MPLS Treadmill E-Guide

IT managers like the reliability of MPLS, but with bandwidth needs skyrocketing, it’s time to take advantage of more affordable connectivity, such as broadband Internet. See how four businesses moved to a Software Defined WAN (SD-WAN) to break free from the status quo, get better insight into WAN performance and built better WANs.
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